I have a few items for sale or trade. Please note that I am in the Netherlands.
For some of my modeling projects I made my own parts, and often produced a few resin copies. They are available for purchase. Please contact me at Rob de Bie for more information. Payment can be done via PayPal, or bank transfer within the EU.
About the postage: I used to be able to ship resin parts for 2.20 euros in an bubble envelope as a letter, but due to international post agreements this is no longer possible. Per 1 January 2020, all international shipments of goods are now packages, with obligatory online registration no less. Postage of a typical shipment jumped to 10 euros, or even 24 euros with track and trace. I'm of course very unhappy about this development.
set of three underfuselage inlets for the 1/72 Lockheed U-2C, 4 euros. Cast from scratch-built parts.
double rear wheel set for 1/72 MD-3 Mule navy deck tractor, 4 euros. Cast from doubled Fujimi Mule wheel, with flattend contact area, and separate Verlinden hub.
M116 napalm bomb, similar to Mark 77 Mod 0, 1/48 scale. Cutting Edge used to produce a similar item (CEC48171) but it is long out of production. Single piece casting, from scratch-built parts. Used from roughly 1950 to 1970 by many aircraft like A-26, AU-1 Corsair, French F8F, NATO F-84F, etc. 10 euros for a set of two.
In preparation: similar to the above M116, it was also used as underwing 110 gallon fuel tanks by P-51 Mustangs, as used by USAF (Korean War), Air National Guard, Philippines and Guatamala
AN-M66 2000 lbs bomb with conical tail, 1/48 scale, as used in Vietnam war (A-6 for example) and NATO (F-84F for example). Two piece casting, from scratch-built parts. 12 euros for a set of two.
ALE-2 chaff pod, 1/48 scale, as used by EB-57E, T-33A, F-4, Firebee and many other aircraft. Photos show the master under construction.
In preparation: F-84F pylon for Mark 7 nuclear bomb, 1/48 scale, that Monogram forgot to include in its kit. One piece casting, scratch-built, 4 euros.
In preparation: F-84F Assisted Take-Off package, 1/48 scale. Monogram and Kinetic provide a simplified pack of just four bottles, omitting the large bracket that they are mounted on.
I designed custom decal sets for some of my own models. If you're interested, I can order more prints. Please contact me at Rob de Bie for more information. Payment can be done via PayPal, or bank transfer within the EU. The shipping will be as a letter, not a package as with the resin parts. They are custom printed by SpotModel in Spain. As an extra service, if you want some small changes to the decal sheet, I can include those.
A replica sheet of the old Revell 1/72 F-16 from 1976. The decal sheet of my old Revell-Germany 1/72 F-16 (H-222 and derivatives) was printed with one intermediate color for both the black and dark blue parts. My redrawn version has both colors correctly represented, and has vibrant colors. I can provide variantions, like 'YF-16' instead of 'F-16', different colors, or the flags of the buying countries. 12 euros.
The markings for the C-130Hs of 336 squadron, Royal Netherlands Air Force. Flevo Decals did these decals in four scales (catalog numbers 200-001, 144-001, 72-008 and 48-008) but they are sold out. I started from scratch and improved the decal accuracy. Smaller stencils are not included, you can use the kit stencils. The decals can be printed in any desired scale. I can also provide 'bleached' versions of the roundels and squadron badges, since the paint on these aircraft quickly changes from FS 36173 to a much lighter color. Price depends on the size of the sheet. A 1/144 sheet with all four serials and 'bleached' roundels and badges is around 10 euros. A 1/72 sheet with all four serials and 'bleached' roundels and badges is around 28 euros, but costs can be reduced by eliminating serials. Other scales are also possible, I've had requests for 1/128 and 1/200.
Pander Postjager, for the Execuform vacform kit. The underwing markings can be done as 'reversed' lettering in the orange areas, or as light gray (silverish) as shown at the top. Price depends on the size of the sheet.
BQM-34F Firebee II, for the 1976 William Tell exercise
Gee Bee R1 and R2, with separate pinstripe decals and masks. Maybe even a version with a blue instead of black pinstripe, which might be more accurate
1/32 HH-43B, for the first color scheme in silver lacquer with Navy-style markings
Heller 1/43 Peugeot 905. 3 euros
Reheat Models 'Buzz Aldrin Apollo 11 Astronaut' (RH 104). 120 mm figure on base. 19 resin pieces, 1 replica plaque, small instruction sheet. Very nice model, perfect castings. 70 euros
resin 1/48 J79GE-10 kit by 'NV'. Typical early nineties resin kit quality from Eastern Europe. 5 euros
Aires 1/72 Lightning F2/6 cockpit set (7206) for Trumpeter - 4 euros (I paid 9 euros) - never opened
Attack Squadron 48030 1/48 AN-M66 2000 lb GP Bomb (2 pieces), 4 euros (I paid 8 euros)
Belcher Bits BB-13 1/48 Mark 28 nuclear bombs (Mk 28EX, RE, IN, RI and FI) - 10 euros (I paid 20 euros) - two sets available
CMK A4281 1/48 HVAR Rockets 5 inch - 6 pieces, one rocket cut from the casting block - 3 euros (I paid 9 euros)
IsraCast IC48046 1/48 IAF Vintage 500 kg GP bombs - 7 euros (I paid 14 euros)
Model Art M.Access 027 1/48 Dassault Mirage IVA & IVP JATO rockets & mounting pylon - 8 euros (I paid 16 euros)
True Details 48504 1/48 1000 lb US GP Bomb - WWII/Korean War (2 pieces) - 3 euros (I paid 6 euros)
True Details 48505 1/48 2000 lb US GP Bomb - WWII/Korean War (1 piece) - 3 euros (I paid 6 euros)
True Details 48521 1/48 Mk 77 Mod 2 Napalm Bomb (2 pieces), unopened package - 4 euros (I paid 8 euros)
Panzer Models BQM-34E/F/T Firebee II in 1/72 scale, kit number 72004, in resin, from 1991
Czechmaster CL-227 helicopter RPV in 1/72 scale, or *any* information on this model, except for its mention in 'Encyclopaedia of military models 1/72'
The D-21 drone from the Hasegawa and/or Academy 1/72 SR-71 kit
Mk28 and Mk43 (actually Mk57) nuclear weapons from the Trumpeter 1/72 RA-5C
The engine and transmission of the Italeri Ferrari GTO (a.k.a. Ferrari 288), kit 652
The SUU-11 gun pods of the Special Hobby 1/72 AH-1G or the Revell reissue (04956)
The missile with side inlets of the Trumpeter 1/72 Shenyang J-15 'Naval Flanker' (01670). To me it looks like an ASMP and I want to check that
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original cutaway drawings from Flight International (any)
'Rallye Racing' (German magazine): 1979 issue 8 (Porsche 935)
'Racecar Engineering' all issues
AAHS (American Aviation Historical Society) Journal Volume 18 Number 3, Fall 1973